Synonyms for masnadieri or Related words with masnadieri

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Examples of "masnadieri"
I Masnadieri (Selection) c.1937 (by Verdi arr. C. Trussell)
While still writing "I masnadieri" and with his obligation to complete an opera for the publisher,
The film was released in Italy under the title "I masnadieri". It was also released in Sweden and Denmark.
Other dramatic roles have included Verdi's "Nabucco", "Don Carlo", "I masnadieri", "I Lombardi" and "Jérusalem" and Offenbach's "Tales of Hoffmann" (portraying all four villains).
"I masnadieri" is scored for piccolo, flute, two oboes, two clarinets, two bassoons, four horns, two trumpets, three trombones, cimbasso, timpani, bass drum cymbals, harp, and strings.
Three things prevented it from being "I masnadieri" at that time: firstly, Verdi's illness postponed any opera for London for almost a year; secondly, he demanded that the work be "Il corsaro" and that it be written by Piave, who had begun work; and, thirdly, by 1846 and the planning for London continuing, Verdi became more interested in "I masnadieri" or "Macbeth" ("in that order" notes Budden), but with the long-term view being that one of them would be for Florence.
Donald Smith's last performance for the Australian Opera was in Verdi's "I masnadieri" in 1980 with Joan Sutherland. While Smith and Sutherland did perform together in a number of concerts at the Sydney Opera House, "I masnadieri" was the only occasion when these two Australian icons actually performed a complete staged opera together. His health began to fail and in 1981 he retired from the professional operatic stage. He later became a singing teacher in Brisbane at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music.
An off-stage band summons the guests to dance, leaving the masked La Capricciosa with her three suitors ("Ernani").They at first dance together ("I due Foscari") then one by one the men tears a mask from her face – only to reveal another mask underneath; first Midas ("Ernani", "I masnadieri"), then the Prince ("I masnadieri", "Macbeth", "I due Foscari") and finally Adoncino ("Macbeth", "Attila"), but they are rejected, and retire.
I masnadieri ("The Bandits" or "The Robbers") is an opera in four acts by Giuseppe Verdi to an Italian libretto by Andrea Maffei, based on "Die Räuber" by Friedrich von Schiller.
La Capricciosa enters, soon followed by Moondog ("Les vêpres siciliennes") who makes passionate advances to her. She eventually allows her love to overwhelm her and they dance a pas de deux ("Aroldo", "I masnadieri").
She debuted at The Royal Opera as Amalia in "I masnadieri" in 2002, and has since sung Marguerite in "Faust", Fiordiligi in "Così fan tutte" and Donna Anna in "Don Giovanni".
He studied with Cellini and made his debut In Italy in 1851 at Ascoli Piceno in Donizetti's "Gemma di Vergy". The next season he sang in Macerata, performing Francesco in Verdi's "I masnadieri".
She also won considerable acclaim at the Verona Arena in the title role in Gluck's "Iphigénie en Aulide", and as Octavian in "Der Rosenkavalier". During the celebration of Verdi's 50th death anniversary in 1951, she sang on Italian radio the roles of Amalia in "I masnadieri", and Lina in "La battaglia di Legnano".
During the 1970s, Raimondi expanded his repertory and added roles such as Pollione in "Norma", and Gennaro in yet another Donizetti piece, "Lucrezia Borgia", in which role he appeared opposite Leyla Gencer and Montserrat Caballé. He also appeared in some of Verdi's less frequently performed operas such as "I masnadieri", "I Vespri Siciliani", and "Simon Boccanegra".
Recently, he has appeared in Verdi’s I Masnadieri with Washington Concert Opera, at the Deutsche Oper Berlin in the title-role of Verdi’s Don Carlo, as Andres in Wozzeck with the Metropolitan Opera, in the title-role in The Tales of Hoffman with the Seattle Opera and the Prince in Rusalka with Opera North Carolina.
Her complete opera recordings include Alice in "Falstaff" conducted by Downes, Solti and Bernstein, Verdi's "Messa da Requiem" on CD and DVD under Giulini, as well as live recordings including Verdi's "Otello" in Dallas in 1962 with Del Monaco and Vinay (singing Iago) and Verdi's "I masnadieri" in Rome in 1972 with Raimondi, Bruson and Christoff.
Since 2010 the Berliner Operngruppe has performed Giuseppe Verdi's Oberto, Conte di San Bonifacio (2010), Gaetano Donizetti's Maria di Rohan (2011), Giuseppe Verdi's Attila (2012), Vincenzo Bellini's Beatrice di Tenda (2013), Giuseppe Verdi's I Masnadieri (2014) and Gaetano Donizetti's Betly (2015).
Cedolins has also sung the title roles in Cilea's "Adriana Lecouvreur", Verdi's "Aida" and "Luisa Miller", Puccini's "Manon Lescaut", "Madama Butterfly" and "Suor Angelica" . Other roles include Leonora in Verdi’s "Il trovatore", Amalia in Verdi’s "I masnadieri", Desdemona in "Otello", Elisabetta di Valois in "Don Carlos".
He appeared in Rome, Florence, Venice, Parma, Bergamo, Verona, Naples. He sang opposite Maria Callas in the revival of Cherubini's "Medea". In 1951, for the celebration of Verdi's 50th death anniversary, he sang on Italian radio (RAI) in "I Lombardi", "I masnadieri", and "Simon Boccanegra".
Manuguerra made his Paris Opéra debut in 1966, as Rigoletto. He appeared throughout France, and sang on French radio particularly in Verdi operas such as, "Nabucco", "Ernani", "I masnadieri", "Luisa Miller", as well as in "I vespri siciliani" and "Don Carlo", both in their original French versions.